Bradford becomes Tebow’s equal in media attention

INDIANAPOLIS — Sam Bradford proved Saturday that he can match Tim Tebow in drawing power.

Assuming the same podium that Tebow did the previous day in the NFL Scouting Combine media center, Bradford faced a similarly deep media contingent, albeit with a much more subdued tone. That’s probably because most of the questions centered on the Oklahoma QB’s injured right shoulder, which prematurely ended his 2009 season but he said is now fine.

Jermaine Cunningham was the unlucky victim of the media crush on Bradford. Just seven reporters gathered in front of the defensive end prospect, who stole glances over to the next podium, where Bradford was. Cunningham probably is accustomed to such second-fiddle treatment, though, since he played with Tebow at Florida.

Some have speculated that the Rams might take Bradford with the No. 1 overall pick. Because of the injury, however, Bradford will not throw at the combine.

— Justin Hathaway

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